After looking at samples online, it seems Lierre Sauvage is the winner so far, although Parker Permanent Green seems close as well.
Also Diamine Ultra Green or maybe Woodland Green?
My attention was grabbed by the mention of Perrier-Menthe. A French colleague said she usually orders a Vittel-Menthe... and she always calls it a Vittel-Menthe. She made the mistake of ordering one in Evian-les-Bains.
I call it perrier-menthe because I use Perrier, not non-carbonated water. I've used Pellegrino when I didn't have Perrier on hand but it just doesn't taste the same.
And where can we get the Perrier Menthe in the US?
No idea. I have my French friend send it to me by the box, twice a year, usually right before summer. I've offered it to some Americans before but all I got was "ew, it tastes like toothpaste", so I'm guessing the flavour is unpopular here. I've never seen it in the US.
Tes rires retroussés comme à son bord la rose,
Effacent mon dépit de ta métamorphose;
Tu t'éveilles, alors le rêve est oublié.
-Jean Cocteau, from Plaint-Chant, 1923